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Introduction Rabbits are common companion mammals that present to veterinary clinics with acquired or, less frequently, congenital dental disease. 1 – 4 Acquired dental disease is often caused by a combination of factors including

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Introduction Enucleation is indicated in rabbits to alleviate the irreversibly painful and/or blinding consequences of various ocular diseases. 1 In rabbits and other mammalian species, en bloc and subconjunctival enucleation techniques are

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Introduction Small intestinal obstruction in rabbits is a common, potentially life-threatening condition. It is often associated with significant hypovolemic and obstructive shock, acid-base and electrolyte derangements, hyperglycemia, and

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airways as they are encountered bronchoscopically 3 or a combination of sequential labeling and identification of the origin of branching. 1 Rabbits are commonly used in experimental evaluations of various pulmonary diseases, to assess airway deposition

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A 5-year-old 2.2-kg (4.84-lb) castrated male Dwarf rabbit (rabbit 1) was brought to the Clinica per Animali Esotici in Rome, Italy, because the owner noticed loosening of the hair in the perineum and signs of anorexia during the previous 24-hour

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An 8-month-old, 2.4-kg (5.3-lb), sexually intact male rabbit ( Oryctolagus cuniculus ) was evaluated for a 2-day history of anorexia, epiphora of the left eye, bruxism, hypersalivation, and ataxia. The rabbit lived indoors and had no contact with

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Recognition of pain in animals and provision of appropriate analgesia are becoming increasingly important issues in veterinary medicine. Recognition of pain in certain small mammals, such as rabbits and rodents, can be challenging because many

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deficiencies in vitamins A, D, and E). 3,4 The reproductive tract of female rabbits differs from the tract of other female mammals in that it consists of 2 separate uterine horns, each connected to the vaginal vault via a separate cervix. Rabbits have a brief

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R abbit hemorrhagic disease virus (RHDV [Lagovirus GI.1]), a calicivirus of the Lagovirus genus, is a highly pathogenic RNA virus that infects domestic ( Oryctolagus cuniculus ) and wild European ( Oryctolagus cuniculus ) rabbits. 1 , 2 The

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